Kool Aid Man Iconic Scene Diorama
3D model description
This is my version of the iconic Kool-Aid Man scene. There are many options here so that you can make it your own.
The available parts are as follows:
... this makes painting easier and helps give a better look to the ice cubes.
... I tried hollowing him out and pouring red paint inside, but didn't quite get the effect I was looking for, but this is still helpful for printing on resin printers while reducing resin usage.
... use this if you don't want ice cubes
... use this one if you want the Kool Aid Man as an empty pitcher
... this has the ice cubes and the body all as one piece, for easier printing
... this is the floor and brick wall together as one piece but without bricks, either print the loose bricks separately or leave them out completely
... this includes the entire scene - the floor, the brick wall and the loose bricks - all printed together as one piece
... use this if you want your scene built piece by piece, either with or without loose bricks
... use this if you want your wall and floor printed separately but want the bricks and floor printed together as one
... this is all of the loose bricks printed together in one go
... you can use this to add addition loose bricks to the scene or to place the bricks how you want them
... this is (obviously) the brick wall that Kool Aid busts through printed by itself
... "Oh Yeah!" in side a speech bubble that you can glue to the wall
... If you print either if the 'justAddCubes' body options, you will need to print the ice cubes individually - you will need to print three of this piece in that case
My model as pictured here was printed as follows:
For Kool Aid himself, I printed on an Elegoo Mars 2 using clear resin and assembled used body_justAddCubes_hollow along with three icecube. The scene was printed on an Tevo Tarantula FDM printer and built using scene_noBricks and brick_pile. The speechBubble was printed on the FDM printer in white at 0.2mm layer height, swapping to black filament at layer 04 (on gcode starting at Layer 00). Everything was painted using cheap acrylic craft paints, leaving the pitcher and the ice cubes clear. Kool Aid was attached to the wall with UV resin as were the ice cubes. He has to be tilted just a tad to get him through the opening, but - as you can see - he does fit. The bricks and speech bubble were adhered using e6000 glue.
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- Publication date: 2021-11-08 at 06:32
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